Moon Jae-in stands at the podium at the 5th anniversary event of the September 19 Pyongyang Declaration

First schedule in Seoul after retirement…

It has been confirmed that former President Moon Jae-in plans to attend the event commemorating the 5th anniversary of the Pyongyang Joint Declaration to be held on the 19th and deliver a greeting, as he appears to be concerned about a new Cold War between Korea, the United States, Japan, North Korea, China, and Russia . This is the first time former President Moon has held an official schedule in Seoul since leaving office in May last year.

According to former President Moon and the event preparation committee, former President Moon plans to attend the event commemorating the 5th anniversary of the September 19 Pyongyang Joint Declaration to be held at the 63 Building in Yeouido, Seoul on the 19th.

In particular, it has been confirmed that former President Moon plans to deliver스포츠토토 a brief greeting at this event.

Although the specific content to be included in the greeting was not conveyed, it is expected that the Korean Peninsula will voice its concerns that the Korean Peninsula is being placed in an imminent situation as the confrontation structure between South Korea, the United States, and Japan against North Korea, China, and Russia has become more solid under the Yoon Seok-yeol administration. see.

Last year, former President Moon issued his first message after leaving office on the occasion of the 4th anniversary of the September 19 declaration. In a written congratulatory speech sent to a debate commemorating the 4th anniversary of the September 19 military agreement held at the National Assembly on September 19 last year, he said, “There is no peace without dialogue. The starting point of all dialogue is trust. Trust begins with keeping the promises agreed between North and South Korea. “He urged, “It is a promise that must be respected and fulfilled even if the government changes. North Korea should also not abandon repeated agreements.”

The 9.19 Pyongyang Joint Declaration is an agreement between the leaders of South and North Korea signed between former President Moon Jae-in and North Korean State Affairs Commission Chairman Kim Jong-un on September 19, 2018. The two leaders agreed on measures to ease military tensions as well as inter-Korean economic cooperation, including the construction of railways and roads. agreed.

This event will be divided into Part 1, a discussion session, and Part 2, a commemorative ceremony. In the first session of the debate held in the morning, former Minister of Unification Kim Yeon-cheol will serve as moderator under the theme of ‘The Power of Peace, the Path to Peace’, and former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Choi Jong-geon and Professor Im Won-hyeok of KDI Graduate School of International Policy will make presentations . Former Minister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-wha, former chief representative for inter-Korean military talks Kim Do-gyun, Democratic Party National Assembly member Yoon Kun-young, and former North Korea Cooperation Civil Organizations Council Chairman Lee Ki-beom will participate as discussants.

In the second session held in the afternoon, Moon Chung-in, Chairman of the Hankyoreh Unification Cultural Foundation, will preside over the theme of ‘Local government’s role and solidarity toward peace’, and five metropolitan local governments will participate through presentations and discussions.

The commemorative ceremony, which begins at 5 p.m., will be attended by leading figures in inter-Korean relations from past governments and organizations and experts related to peace on the Korean Peninsula, reflecting on the efforts and achievements of past governments, local governments, and civil society for peace on the Korean Peninsula, and gathering will for peace. Is expected.

Regarding the movement, former President Moon’s side said, “I think he will come up (to Seoul) on the day of the event.”

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